A Flintshire man is undertaking two challenges throughout June in support of a local charity.

Wesley Green, from Ewloe, has been so moved by the cost of living crisis, he vowed to help in any way he could.

The father-of-two has chosen to raise funds for social enterprise charity, Nanny Biscuit, in particular their pantry project.

In the latest venture from Nanny Biscuit in partnership with Cafgas CIC, the Flintshire food pantries, which are accessible for all, will allow people to pay what they can afford for their food.

Typical food banks are means tested, so not everyone can use them, however Nanny Biscuits Pantries simply ask people are honest about what they can afford to pay.

Initially Wesley had planned to go booze-free for June but decided if he was asking people to dig deep, then he would have to do more.

The 37-year-old is now undertaking the walk up and down Moel Famau every day throughout this month, and has already smashed his initial target of £500.

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A determined Wesley, who posts photos and video of his efforts to Facebook, said: "It is proving quite challenging but I thought to get people to separate with their money in such hard times, you've got to add a bit extra!

"Sometimes I go up in the morning, sometimes after work. I do work long hours and fitting the walk in can be hard but different people have been coming with me, my kids are going to come with me on the weekends.

"The donations are helping, I've been so impressed by the total raised so far. I really want to get to £4,000 and I feel like I can.

"The money is going to local charity Nanny Biscuit, and I really want to help out their pantry scheme.

"I'm not rich by any stretch but I'm certainly not struggling to eat, and I can feed and clothe my kids, but some people can't and it's been playing on my mind a lot.

"I'm hoping the money raised can help people to eat, and as sad as it sounds, that's the reality of it."

Founder of Nanny Biscuit, James Hunt, added: "We're thrilled a member of the public is turning such a negative into a positive, and hope it inspires others."

• If you would like to support Wesley in his fundraising, you can visit his JustGiving page at https://bit.ly/3QhN0nF